Growing up in Azerbaijan, the Netherlands London, Marzia Hudajarova has experienced many different cultural and musical influences, which have developed her as a soloist as well as a chamber music performer. Born in Baku, Azerbaijan, Marzia started having piano lesson at the age of six with Tamila Guseyevna and Adila Aliyeva and received first prizes at school competitions. In 2001 she continued her piano lessons with Aalie Hutteman in the Netherlands. Marzia completed her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree at the Prince Claus Conservatoire in Groningen where she studied with Nata Tsvereli and Paul Komen. In 2014 she received several awards and a scholarship from Trinity Laban Conservatoire to continue her studies in London. She completed her Postgraduate Artist Diploma with Deniz Gelenbe and Gabriele Baldocci. Marzia received the second prize in the ‘Princes Christina Concours’ in Groningen and performed at ‘The Peter the Great Festival’ and ‘The Orlando Festival’. She participated in several master classes with Graham Johnson, Pascal Rogé, Ilona Timchenko, Vladimir Tropp, Matti Hirvonen at the “Oxford Lieder Festival” and Roger Vignoles with mezzo-‐soprano Milda Fontanetti in Wigmore Hall.